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[texts]Glen's collection for the great highland bagpipe - Glen, John
Bound with: Historical sketch of the Scotch bagpipe and the Complete tutor for the great Highland bagpipe
Keywords: Bagpipe music
Downloads: 1,039
[texts]A collection of pibaireachd or pipe tunes : as verbally taught by the M'Crummen pipers in the Isle of Skye, to their apprentices, now published, as taken from John M'Crummen, piper to the old laird of Macleod and his grandson, the late General Macleod of Macleod .. - MacCrimmon family
HM
Keywords: Bagpipe music
Downloads: 776
[texts]Canntaireachd : articulate music, dedicated to the Islay Association, by J.F. Campbell, Iain Ileach 14th August, 1880 - Campbell, J. F. (John Francis), 1822-1885
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Keywords: Bagpipe music
Downloads: 1,323
[texts]Observations on the propriety of preserving the dress, the language, the poetry, the music, and the customs, of the ancient inhabitants of Scotland : addressed to the Highland Societies of London and of Scotland - Sinclair, John, Sir, 1754-1835
OSS
Keywords: Highlands (Scotland); Costume; Scottish Gaelic language; Scottish Gaelic poetry; Music
Downloads: 163
[texts]Musick's monument; or, A remembrancer of the best practical musick, both divine, and civil, that has ever been known, to have been in the world. : Divided into three parts. The first part, shews a necessity of singing psalms well, in parachial churches, or not to sing at all; directing, how they may be well sung, certainly; by two several ways, or means; with an assurance of perpetual national-quire; and also shewing, how cathedral musick, may be much improved, and refined. The second part, Treats of the noble lute, (the best of instruments) now made easie; and all its occult-locked-up-secrets plainly laid open, never before discovered; ... directing the most ample way, for the use of the Theorboe, from off the note, in confort, &c. ... In the third part, the generous viol, in its rightest use, is treated upon; ... - Mace, Thomas, d. 1709?
Frontis. portrait (plate) of Thomas Mace signed: Hen. Cook pinx. W. Faithorne sculp
Keywords: Music; Music; Church music; Lute; Stringed instruments; Viol
Downloads: 1,219
[texts]The dancing-master: or, Directions for dancing country dances, with the tunes to each dance, for the treble-violin - Playford, Henry, b. 1657
Includes tunes followed by directions for each dance
Keywords: Country-dances; Dance music; Dance; Violin music
Downloads: 757
[texts]Music in speech and speech in music : two lectures - Brown, Colin, 1818-1896
"Delivered during the sessions 1868-9-70"--Cover
Keywords: Music; Speech; Rhythm
Downloads: 192
[texts]An introduction to the skill of musick, : in three books the first contains the grounds and rules of musick, acording to the gam-ut, and other principles thereof, the second, instructions and lessons both for the bass-viol and treble-violin, the third, The art of descant, or, Composing of musick in parts, in a more plain and easie method than any heretofore published - Playford, John, 1623-1686?
Originally published in 1654 as: A breefe introduction to the skill of musick
Keywords: Music; Violin; Counterpoint
Downloads: 259
[texts]The Gaelic Psalm tunes of Ross-shire and the neighbouring counties
Words in Gaelic and English; preface in English
Keywords: Psalms (Music); Hymns, Scottish Gaelic
Downloads: 362
[texts]Ancient music of Ireland from the Petrie collection : arranged for the pianoforte / by F. Hoffman - Hoffmann, F
No texts to the melodies included
Keywords: Folk songs, Irish, Arranged; Folk music, Arranged; Music, Irish; Piano music
Downloads: 296
[texts]A short direction for the performance of cathedrall service : published for the information of such persons, as are ignorant of it, and shall be call'd to officiate in cathedrall, or collegiate churches, where it hath formerly been in use - Lowe, Edward, d. 1682
Chiefly for 4 voices unacc.; includes some chant
Keywords: Church of England; Service books (Music)
Downloads: 106
[texts]An introduction to the skill of musick, in three books. : The first contains the grounds and rules of musick, according to the gam-ut, and other principles thereof. The second, instructions and lessons both for the bass-viol and treble-violin. The third, the art of descant, or composing musick in parts: in a more plain and easie method than any heretofore published. - Playford, John, 1623-1686?
Originally published in 1654 as: A breefe introduction to the skill of musick
Keywords: Music; Violin; Viola da gamba; Counterpoint
Downloads: 259
[texts]The Scots musical museum. - Johnson, James, ca. 1750-1811
100 songs, arr. for voice and continuo (figured bass)
Keywords: Songs, Scots; Folk songs, Scots; Folk music
Downloads: 227
[texts]The lays and laments of the Gael - MacGregor, Alexander, 1806-1881
Letter to the editor of the Scottish Press, dated 1852, and signed Alex. Macgregor
Keywords: Bagpipe music; Ballads, Scottish Gaelic; Folk songs, Scottish Gaelic
Downloads: 415
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